Tired Minds open up about transcending genre boundaries, the political undercurrents in their music, and how friendship fuels their relentless sonic evolution.
Director of Communications @ V13.
Lance Marwood is a music and entertainment writer who has been featured in both digital and print publications, including a foreword for the book “Toronto DIY: (2008-2013)” and The Continuist. He has been creating and coordinating content for V13 since 2015 (back when it was PureGrainAudio); before that he wrote and hosted a radio and online series called The Hard Stuff , featuring interviews with bands and insight into the Toronto DIY and wider hardcore punk scene. He has performed in bands and played shows alongside acts such as Expectorated Sequence, S.H.I.T., and Full of Hell.
Following their recently-released debut full-length album, ‘Because We Are’ (Fuzz Therapy Records ), MAAFA frontwoman Flora Lucini chats with us about growing Up in DC, beatdown, and Bif Naked.
In our latest Cover Story, Gin Blossoms’ Robin Wilson opens up about touring with Sugar Ray, the band’s inner dynamics, challenging experiences, and chaos of recording ‘New Miserable Experience.’
In our latest Cover Story, the ground-breaking punk frontman, producer, and Fat Wreck Chords label head, Fat Mike, talks about saying farewell to NOFX, joining the Codefendants, and opening the Punk Rock Museum.
To mark the 30th anniversary of their groundbreaking EP ‘Firestorm,’ Earth Crisis’ Karl Buechner delves into the significance of straight-edge vegan unity within the hardcore punk community and its enduring relevance today.
Today, we unveil our new company slogan, “C’est la V13,” an homage to the enchanting French idiom, “c’est la vie,” intertwined with the spirit of early internet culture’s l33t speak.
Gipsy Kings founder Tonino Baliardo speaks about family, Drake, working with Pixar, and the newest album, ‘Renaissance.’
OFF! vocalist Keith Morris (one of punk’s most fervent frontmen) discusses youth in revolt, the Punk Rock Museum, and his upcoming film ‘Free LSD’ featuring the likes of D.H. Peligro (RIP), David Yow, and Jack Black.
We got in touch with Tia Ackerman to ask her all about her flight path to becoming a newly independent artist and learn more about how she got her start.
‘The Fascinating Adventures of Little Bee’ is a brilliant series, with classic topics ranging from dinosaurs to the moon being offered up to readers with a range of ways to engage and play along with each book.
The Ballad of Buttery Cake Ass reads like it was written by Douglas Adams if he was raised in a record shop by Monty Python and Kurt Vonnegut.
Awash with gorgeous watercolour illustrations, fanciful scenes and heartfelt words, this children’s book is destined to become a fixture by bedsides in years to come.
Kat Von D’s “Leafar and the Magical Treasure Chest” is a wonderful book that combines adventure, magic, and heartwarming themes of family and friendship.